Thousands rally against bid to loosen Irish abortion laws
At least 10,000 people rallied in Dublin on Saturday against Irish government plans to ease some of the world's most restrictive abortion laws, with some activists saying opinion polls were failing to fully reflect anti-abortion sentiment.
Voters will be asked as soon as May if they wish to repeal the eighth amendment to Ireland's constitution â€“ inserted in 1983 to enshrine the equal right to life of the mother and her unborn child â€“ and instead enable parliament to set the laws.
The government has said it will begin drafting legislation in line with the recommendations made by an all-party parliamentary committee for terminations with no restrictions to be allowed up to 12 weeks into a pregnancy....
Like as in Australia with the "gay marriage" referendum and parliamentary vote, I think the repeal of the 8th Amendment of the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland, followed by an ultra-liberal pro-abortion law is in the bag.
The homosexual PM of the Republic of Ireland, Mr Leo Varadker, is resolutely determined on this, and has the full support of the EU, the UN, the leftists on the USA, and of course, Justin Trudeau of Canada, who has committed himself to that full support.
Meanwhile that will heap further pressure, on Northern Ireland, combined with that of the main British Government, our NHS, and also the liberal devolved governments of Scotland and Wales, to conform to the pro-abortion agenda.
Northern Ireland is now the only part of Britain that refuses to legalise abortion and "gay marriage", but with a continuing open border with the Republic, even when we leave the EU, and all this pressure it will cave in sooner or later.